Estate, trust, tax planning, Boston Attorneys, Broude & Hochberg LLP

Broude & Hochberg, LLP counsels individuals and families in estate planning for estates of varying size and complexity. We assess the personal and financial goals of the client, analyze the impact of tax laws on those goals and prepare wills, trusts, powers of attorney, health care proxies, charitable trusts and other documents to implement those goals. We will also establish guardianships, conservatorships and special needs trusts for family members with a disability.

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Broude & Hochberg, LLP represents executors and trustees in the administration of estates and trusts. When requested, our attorneys also serve as guardians, executors and trustees, either alone or with family members or other professionals. We provide all the necessary services from the probate of wills and administration of estate accounts to the preparation and filing of Federal and state estate tax returns.

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Broude and Hochberg, LLP has served individual and family clients in the area of trusts and estates for over 50 years. Our attorneys and trust administrators work with independent investment advisors to manage numerous trust accounts. Each account is individually invested to maximize the benefits for the trust beneficiaries while adhering to the trust's objectives and applicable law.

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Broude & Hochberg, LLP advises individuals and businesses on income, gift and estate tax planning and represents clients before the IRS and Massachusetts Department of Revenue. We prepare tax returns for individual, fiduciary, estate, corporate, partnership and non-profit clients. We also provide tax counsel to our clients as part of the implementation of their business and real estate transactions.

Broude & Hochberg, LLP represents buyers and sellers of residential and commercial properties. We advise and represent clients in landlord tenant matters, including residential and commercial leasing, tax deferred exchanges (also known as IRS Sec. 1031 exchanges) and real estate tax abatements.

Broude & Hochberg, LLP attorneys advise clients on general business matters, including the selection and organization of the appropriate type of entity such as a corporation, limited liability company, general partnership, limited partnership, limited liability partnership, joint venture, or sole proprietorship. We help our business clients address legal issues that arise in the normal course of running a business, including contract review, leasing issues, intellectual property protection, tax compliance and employee issues. For clients with a closely-held or family business, our attorneys work with our tax and estate planning staff to achieve both the business and personal objectives of the client.

Broude & Hochberg, LLP is unusual in having a small but long standing practice in copyright and trademark law. We help clients develop intellectual property, register trademarks and copyrights and acquire and transfer rights. We also represent clients as licensors and licensees in contract negotiations and in the litigation of intellectual property disputes in federal court.

Broude & Hochberg, LLP attorneys prepare the underlying documents that establish and govern non-profit organizations, whether the choice of entity is a trust or a corporation, including applications to the IRS to achieve tax exempt non-profit status. Once a non-profit organization is up and running, the attorneys at Broude & Hochberg, LLP provide ongoing counsel, assist with the filing of state and federal tax returns and maintain corporate records so the entity can maintain its tax-preferred status while focusing on its mission.

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